City and county offices will be closed Friday for the July 4th holiday weekend. Offices will reopen on Monday.
The KHITS 95.5 concert planned for Friday evening on the square featuring "Limelight" has been canceled due to coronavirus concerns, but vendors are still on for noon to 7 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m.
A man was jailed after allegedly stabbing his brother in the leg.
Josh Weathers and other musical artists will entertain at Pickin' in the Pasture Friday evening from 6 to 10 at LC Ranch, 4610 Shaw Road, Tolar.
In response to social media posts about those wanting to organize their own 4th of July parades, the city of Granbury wants to make sure all individuals are aware that doing so may be a violation,
The traffic control signal at the Loop 567 bridge embankments and approaches over the Fort Worth & Western railroad between East Pearl Street and Quiet Cove Road will remain in place over the J
An article in Wednesday's issue about the Republican primary election runoff for the Precinct 3 commissioner race mistakenly said that the winner will face no Democrat on the November ballot.
BLOOMING SUCCESS: It may be the largest crepe myrtle he’s seen. And it’s in his yard in Oak Trail Shores. “After many years living in Granbury, I have not seen a crepe myrtle tree this big and with this many flowers,” Joe Munoz said. The impressive tree can be seen at 2658 Edgecliff Court. COURTESY
This July 4th marks 244 years since America declared independence from England. Sometimes we forget that what was at stake was FREEDOM itself which the Bible says God wants for all people. It says that knowing the Truth is what sets us free (John 8:32), that Jesus is the Truth (John 14:6) and that wherever His Spirit is present there is FREEDOM (2 Corinthians 3:17). At its root, freedom isn’t a political thing, it’s a blessing from God and many in the 18th century American clergy saw unrighteous bondage to England as the usurping of a sacred biblical endowment.
2020 Granbury High School graduate Alonzo Isaac Molina (middle) is the winner of a $1,000 scholarship from the Friends of Memorial Lane. A volunteer for the Granbury fire department, Molina will attend Weatherford College to become a career firefighter. He is the grandson of late volunteer fireman Poggie Ames. Also pictured are (from left) Station 1 Chief Matt Hohon, brother Diego Guerrero, brother Jaciel Guerrero, father Oscar Guerrero and mother Maria Guerrero. SHAD RAMSEY
Crepe myrtles reward us for braving hot weather.
DeAnna Berry joined other fans to enjoy country music giant Garth Brooks in a live stream simulcast on the silver screen at The Brazos Drive-In Saturday night. Dozens of drive-ins across the country showed the concert.
One sure thing about writing an article for public consumption is that it is challenging.
According to school sources, Granbury School Board member Bob Swearingen was having second thoughts about resigning after a photograph on his Facebook page showed a man inappropriately touching two women in an exercise class.
Early voting for the July 14th primary election runoff started this week. Polls at Annex 1, 1410 W. Pearl St., will be open today and tomorrow from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. but will be closed Friday.
As of press time Tuesday, plans were still on for the chamber’s scaled-down 46th Annual Hood County Hometown July 4th celebration.
Mambrino School teachers Brittani Yates (left) and Kayla Kreutzer are picking up some extra spending money working at the fireworks stand at the corner of Acton Highway and Davis Road. Keep this in mind if you shoot off fireworks this week: They’re not allowed in the city of Granbury, Brazos River Authority parks, and church and school parking lots. Homeowners’ associations may also have rules for fireworks. ROGER ENLOW
It took almost a year, but a vote by the Commissioners Court means that the county’s participation in a federally funded election security program can finally move forward.
How Republican voters feel about Gov. Greg Abbott and Empower Texans (ET) could play a role in who wins the Precinct 3 seat on the Commissioners Court and the District 60 House seat.
Granbury School Board member Bob Swearingen resigned after apologizing for an offensive photo and comments on his Faceback page.
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Hood County is now 57, Hood County Public Health Authority Dr. David Blocker announced Tuesday afternoon. Five are currently hospitalized.
Crime Stoppers and the sheriff's office need help solving a burglary on Saturday, June 27 when various items were stolen from a home in the 3500 block of Rickabaugh Road southwest of Granbury.
Granbury School Board member Bob Swearingen may be reconsidering resigning after a controversial photograph on his Facebook page showed a man inappropriately touching two women in an exercise class
Granbury and Hood County officials will meet Thursday from 10:30 a.m.